Botticelli reimagined / [edited by] Mark Evans and Stefan Weppelmann ; with Ana Debenedetti and Ruben Rebmann ; and Mary McMahon and Gabriel Montua.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • London : V&A Publishing, [2016]
  • ©2016
Description
359 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 30 cm

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Notes
Catalog of an exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 5 March 2016 - 3 July 2016.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 338-350) and index.
Contents
Sandro Botticelli / Giorgio Vasari -- Botticelli and the Bottega / Caroline Campbell -- Botticelli between neoplatonism and Savonarola / Ana Debenedetti -- The portrait of a lady know as Smeralda Bandinelli / Mark Evans -- The story of Botticelli's drawings for Dante's Divine Comedy / Dagmar Korbacher -- The critical fortunes of "Vasari's Botticelli" in the nineteenth century / Ulrich Rehm -- Botticelli enters the Museum: the rediscovery of a painter and the invention of the public art museum / Ruben Rebmann -- Botticelli and the Georgians / Mark Evans -- The love affair with Florence / Stephen Calloway -- Botticelli and Victorian art collecting / Susanna Avery-Quash -- Botticelli and the pre-Raphaelites / Elizabeth Prettijohn -- Beardsley and Botticelli / Susan Owens -- Botticelli's path to modernity: 1850-1930 / Gabriel Montua -- Herbert Horne's Botticelli / Caroline Elam -- Warburg's Botticelli and Botticelli's nymph / Gerhard Wolf -- Bernard Berenson and America's discovery of Sandro Botticelli / Oliver Tostmann -- Botticelli, Yukio Yashiro and scholarship on Western art in Japan / Toshio Watanabe -- Botticelli and fashion / Sonnet Stanfill -- Filming Botticelli in post-war Italy / Riccardo Venturi -- Branding Venus: Botticelli as mirrored in American art since 1940 / Stefan Weppelmann -- The lessons of a new picture hang / Antonio Natali
ISBN
  • 9781851778706 ((hardback))
  • 1851778705 ((hardback))
LCCN
2015948682
OCLC
921863950
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